[owncloud-devel] OwnCloud community development for Home Users

Jos Poortvliet jospoortvliet at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 17:10:48 GMT 2015

On Sunday 13 December 2015 18:49:06 Ivan Donchev wrote:
> Hello, 
> My name is Ivan and I am interested in taking part in the project to help develop an OwnCloud DIY platform for home users. I have seen the article (https://owncloud.org/blog/western-digital-and-owncloud-team-up-to-bring-owncloud-to-home-users/) and I think it would be a great experience for me as well as the community as a whole. I am currently learning scripting and Python and it would be a great learning curve for me to help and look how a project as this goes on. Although I am not a highly skilled professional in development I believe I can be of help to other developers and as a beta-tester for various scenarios. Additionally I have several ideas how the initial installation process can take place. I have several years of experience in Linux System Administration and I have taken up on learning Python to further develop my skill set. I have installed owncloud before and I am somewhat familiar with the platform.
> I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Hi Ivan!

Sounds great, I am sure we can use your help. Be sure to send your github account and address to me (privately, not to the ML) if you have not already.

So, looking at the pieces we need and other proposals, are there specific things you can help with?

> Best Regards,
> Ivan Donchev
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